Four Mile Beach panorama at low tide mountain range

Endless Four Mile Beach at Port Douglas [photography]

This is my number one thing not to miss in Port Douglas! Check online for when that lovely low tide blesses Port Douglas and make your way as south as possible on Four Mile Beach. Get there by either riding your bike from the main strip Macrossan Street, or taking a car and parking at…Read more Endless Four Mile Beach at Port Douglas [photography]

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[Photography] Port Douglas Picnic Races

Port Douglas, the Tropical North Cairns resort town in which I reside, doesn't have much to do other than going to a restaurant, sitting poolside or taking a walk on the beach. So when they have an event - especially a new event - it's a big deal! This year was the first of the…Read more [Photography] Port Douglas Picnic Races

Australia: Love at first sight

It was sunrise when I first saw Australia. The first light of day leaking over the palm trees was the first thing I saw in Australia. It felt like a good omen, and by the time the sun was fully awake, I was already in love. After years of dreaming, months of debating and weeks of planning,…Read more Australia: Love at first sight

Abandoned Beach: Siracusa in November

Despite the still beautiful temperatures here in Sicily, the beaches and beach-side resorts are left completely deserted over the winter months. During the summer season when temperatures rise to over 30'C, Arenella, along la Costa del Sole becomes one of the busiest public beaches in the area. From June to August, tourists and locals alike flock to…Read more Abandoned Beach: Siracusa in November

Photography 101: Treasure

I’ll be posting a photo every day (or at least I’ll try to) for the month of November as part of The Daily Post‘s Photography 101 online workshop. Each day, we are given a new challenge to interpret through our own photography. Dear followers, I am so sorry for the spam. Just trying to catch up as…Read more Photography 101: Treasure

Photography 101: Mystery

I’ll be posting a photo every day (or at least I’ll try to) for the month of November as part of The Daily Post‘s Photography 101 online workshop. Each day, we are given a new challenge to interpret through our own photography. Day 10 Having left my good camera in the car, I had to make do…Read more Photography 101: Mystery

A Walk through Siracusa

Ciao a tutti 🙂 A friend of mine from home recently asked me to describe what Sicily looked like. I'm embarassed to admit that I couldn't do it. Perhaps it's from constantly having to speak as slowly, simply and as clearly as possible so that the Italians understand me, but I simply could not find the…Read more A Walk through Siracusa